Overseer Daniel Nana Sei Mensah, the Resident Minister of the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC) French, Accra, has urged young people to remain focused and excel in their endeavours, assuring them that God will reveal their success at the right time.
According to Ovr Daniel Mensah, understanding one’s identity and maintaining personal purity is essential for a successful start, emphasising that “a successful start is rooted in self-awareness.”
He said this on Sunday, January 14, 2024, at the University of Ghana (Legon) Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA) Campus in Accra when he spoke on the topic: “Starting Well.”
Ovr Mensah outlined four key areas for students to concentrate on during their school years: spiritual growth, academic achievement, social interactions, and career preparation.
“Your time in school is a golden opportunity to accomplish significant things for God,” he stated.
He pointed out that students have more available time compared to those in the corporate world. He further recommended that young people study Apologetics to strengthen their faith defence.
Ovr Mensah underscored the importance of maintaining absolute purity in friendships between young men and women.
In summarising his advice, he suggested that students set spiritual objectives such as dedicating time for personal and group prayers and evangelism.
He also encouraged them to commit to exams without malpractice, participate in conferences and seminars, read enriching books, and seek internships during holidays.
In his closing remarks, Ovr Daniel Nana Sei Mensah asserted that maintaining integrity is not an act of wickedness.
He stressed that God desires us to uphold integrity in this morally compromised world.
Report by PENSA Legon Media Department.